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South Lakeland (District Authority)
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SD 28586 85956


LOWICK SD 28 SE 10/100 Lowick Hall 25.3.70 lI*

House. South wing C16 or C17 originally pele tower, one of 2; rest of house mid C18, rainwater head dated 1746; C19 porch. East elevation of 2 storeys and 5-bays, with 3-storey gabled bay to south, forming south wing. Top frieze, cornice and blacking course, stone rainwater head and downpipe; decorative bargeboards to wing. Windows have architraves and are sashed with horns; wing has 4-light chamfered-wooden-mullioned windows, with 3-light window to 2nd floor. Entrance to 4th bay has ashlar porch with paired half-glazed doors, side windows, dentilled cornice and parapet; inner 12-panel door in C18 doorcase. 3 gable-end stacks. Site of demolished pele tower to north. South elevation has varied fenestration including some mullioned windows. Large cross-axial stack with rounded shaft. North elevation has sashed windows with glazing bars to rear wing, those to 1st floor are original, with ovolo glazing bars; lateral stack. Rear has 3 gabled bays the 1st 2 projecting. Sashed windows with glazing bars, round-headed stair window has pilasters and archivolt; 3rd bay has 2-light window with leaded glazing. Entrance to 2nd bay. 2 gable-end stacks and return lateral stack. Interior: South wing has stop-chamfered beams; ground floor fireplace with inset fireplace and oven, and priest hole. Doorway with chamfered frame and spiral stair of oak baulks. 1st floor has 2 triangular-headed doorways, wide-boarded doors. Main house has doors of 6 and 2 fielded panels; fireplace with panelled pilasters and lintel with shell motif to key; open-string dog-leg stair has 2 column an vase balusters to the tread and scrolly tread ends; fielded-panel dado. 1st floor has doorways with eared architraves and pulvinated frieze and pediment; fielded panelled partitions with dado and dentilled cornice; cupboard has glazed doors, swan-neck pediment and Everard Crest.

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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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